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Red Hat Announces Price Reduction On Managed OpenShift Services


Red Hat has dropped the price of Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated by an average of 75% and also announced an improved service-level agreement (SLA) to 99.95% availability.

The company has made Red Hat OpenShift available as a managed service across major public cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud and Microsoft Azure.

As part of the revised pricing restructure, the company is also expanding the machine types supported by Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated to an unlimited set of instances.

The price reductions come in two forms, one for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated with Customer Cloud Subscription (CCS) in which customers pay a cloud provider directly for the infrastructure OpenShift runs on, and another for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated bundled with Infrastructure, where Red Hat handles both the infrastructure and OpenShift management.

Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated with CCS now has a new three-year pricing option and a $263/year per cluster fee, with worker node price reductions of up to 79% per node with a minimum of two nodes.

In addition to the new pricing for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated, Microsoft and IBM are also announcing reduced prices for the company’s joint offerings.

The price reduction is available in all regions effective immediately.

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